Cracker to play Four Winds New Buffalo

Cracker, an alt-rock band with Americana/country flavoring, is still going strong under the guidance of co-founders David Lowery and Johnny Kickman.

If you want to hear Cracker's 1990s hit "Low" — you know, the "I'll be with you, girl, like being low, hey hey hey, like being stoned" song that aired repeatedly on Q101 — you'll get your chance at the Four Winds New Buffalo Casino in southwest Michigan.

Cracker will play April 6 in the 1,000th show at the music venue in the The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians’ casino just across the state line.

"Cracker’s music has been described as a lot of things over the past 26 years: alt-rock, Americana, insurgent-country, even punk and classic-rock," Four Winds said in a news release. "Cracker’s co-founders, David Lowery and Johnny Hickman, have been at it for a quarter of a century — recording 10 studio albums, receiving multiple gold records, performing at thousands of venues and creating hit songs, such as 'Low,' 'Euro-Trash Girl,' 'Get Off This' and 'Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out With Me.' Despite major sea-changes within the music industry, their worldwide fan base continues to grow each year. The band’s 10th studio album, 'Berkeley to Bakersfield' reunites original band members Lowery and Hickman, Davey Faragher and Michael Urbano."

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Tickets went on sale Friday, and range from $15 to $150 for booth packages.

For more information, visit or call (800) 745-3000. 

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